This morning, I was so honored to be contacted by Kayla Burger, a lifestyles Video blogger. Yesterday she posted a video blog on the topic of Anxiety, Depression and Panic Attacks and referenced some of my writing. I found her work to be inspired, articulate, authentic and empowering. Check out Kayla’s Vlog here and learn … Read moreAnxiety, Depression, Panic Attacks, Video Blog with Kayla Burger
I have had many conversations with fellow mystics on the topic of loneliness. As mystics we ARE different from the norm, usually pretty far-left of center. Many find it difficult to relate to or understand us. Others are hesitant to draw near because of the light we shine on the love they are, which they … Read moreLessons on Loneliness
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There is nothing more healing than the startling realization that a deeply imbedded emotional wound has always and forever been based in a lie. Here the wound was the fear that I am not/was not loved. The realization is that in every situation where I was treated in less than loving ways, where I felt … Read moreIt’s Not That They Don’t Love Me – It’s That They Don’t Love Themselves
Trauma A creeping sensation crawling up the length of my spine, Arriving at the base of my skull, Gripping my head like a vice, Wrapping its tentacles around my ears and jaw, Pain creeping over the top of my head. Eyes darting, following the anxious thoughts in my mind My consciousness on hyper-alert Attentive … Read moreWhy I’m Choosing Prozac
I want to be clear, right from the start, this blog is NOT about men and it is not against men. This blog is about a characteristic and behavior pattern of Western culture that I have come to call “the unholy masculine.” Both women and men are guilty of embodying characteristics and engaging in behaviors … Read moreHow the “Unholy Masculine” is Killing Us.
The topic of teenage suicide has been high on my list of concerns since the first of two suicides of girls my daughter’s age in the seventh grade. Six of my children’s peers have committed suicide in the same number of years. When the national statistic for teenage suicide is 7 out of 100,000 students of … Read moreThe Causes of Teenage Suicide
Panic Attacks – the Devil Inside (Part I) On Saturday, June 13th I had three full-blown panic attacks, the third so debilitating I was not able to drive myself and my son home from a shopping trip 30 miles from home. As I mentioned in my blog on Monday, panic attacks suck…..or do they? What … Read morePanic Attacks – the Devil Inside (Part I)
Today’s blog explores the ancient mentoring practices that preceded modern-day psychotherapy, still exist today and in many ways are more effective than traditional therapy. Life before Freud I know it is hard to believe, but psychology was not born with Sigmund Freud. Neither did it only come to exist thanks in part to Greek philosophers. … Read moreBefore Psychotherapy
Rude Awakenings – the Birth of a Superhero This post is an addendum to the Superhero gathering of Monday, August 11, 2014. In addition to exploring the question about world changes, the shift, etc. the topic of the Superhero Awakening peeked out its ugly head. And I say ugly, because the Superhero Awakening is anything … Read moreRude Awakenings – the Birth of a Superhero